2012 - Volume #BFS, Issue #12, Page #113
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Hydrogen Generators Now Available For Any Engine
Andrew Herold has just introduced the “Mighty Mite”, designed for 1997 to 2012 engines to adjust to oxygen sensors and the MAF or MAP sensors. Much of the design work was done by an automotive engineer. He says it provides 30 to 50 percent better mileage and is good for 40 below zero cold weather.
  The Mighty Mite produces 1 liter of gas at 10 amps and 2 liters at 15 amps. It needs a constant stream of air to keep cool when set at 15 amps.
  “I have semi drivers who have had great increases in mpg. One recently increased mpg 1.3 mpg over 20,000 miles of driving. We’re currently working to install units in schoolbuses and county snowplows, which will provide significant savings to local units of government,” says Herold, noting that Bully Dog is making a new MAP for a Canadian truck dealer for new engines. Other truck dealers are experimenting.
  The Mighty Mite sells for $175. Options include a constand current pulse width modular ($100) and a quad digital Effie switch ($109). Shipping is $15. Total kit price with both options is $399.
  Andrew Herold says 100 percent of his customers who have vehicles that are 1996 models or older have shown mpg improvement after installing one of the original HydroStar add-on hydrogen generators.
Herold designed his unit to be compact, measuring only 5 in. wide by 7 1/2 in. long and 2 1/2 in. thick. All tubing and wiring needed is included in each kit. Two or more units can be hooked together on large engines.
Herold says the best results with his kits have been on large diesel engines, such as large trucks and motor homes. Farmers are also using them on combines, tractors, irrigation engines, generators, grain dryers, and more.
Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Andrew Herold, 11402 Westview Ct., Beltsville, Md. 20705 (ph 240 715-5000; www.hydrostarllc.com).

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